Mobile

The Tabris.js project is happy to announce its latest release: Tabris.js 2.5. Several brand new features like a popover window or the support for linear gradients allow to create even better apps. Building on the strong foundation of Tabris.js 2.4 we are also expanding existing APIs with additions to the widget selector syntax, support for image printing, tap events on the status bar and more....

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Contributing to the Eclipse Community is one of our core values. This is why we helped create a mobile app for the FOSS4G North America conference (organized by the Eclipse Foundation). We developed the App using our Tabris framework. The App is free and will serve all attendees at the FOSS4G. Sure, you can download it on App Store and Google Play. Get a FREE PASS for...

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Scanning barcodes is a very common task on mobile phones. If you want to read data from the physical world, there is a good chance that a barcode will provide this data. With the newly created Tabris.js plugin tabris-plugin-barcode-scanner this process is now even more efficient. To provide the fastest and most accurate detection rate the plugin uses AV foundation on iOS and Google Mobile...

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[UPDATE2] The 2.4.1 release has been updated with a 2.4.2 revision to remedy a build issue discovered on iOS. [UPDATE1] The 2.4.0 release has been updated with a 2.4.1 revision to address several issues found in 2.4.0. We are happy to announce the release of Tabris.js 2.4. This latest update adds several interesting new features to Tabris.js. We added a simple way to implement the pull-to-refresh gesture,...

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With Christmas around the corner, it is time for presents! The Tabris.js team joins the festivities with the new Tabris.js 2.3.0 release. This latest incarnation brings support for the iPhoneX, external loadable fonts, a themable navigation bar and more. IPhoneX support The latest Apple hardware brings a brand new form factor to the table and with Tabris.js 2.3.0 we support it out of the box. Several widgets...

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The latest Tabris.js 2.2.0 release brings some interesting new features to the table. A set of new APIs allow to input date and time values, an improved support for properties in TypeScript and several bugfixes make for a great release. Check the rundown below and the official changelog for more details. New date and time input dialogs To input date or time with native UI elements, a...

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Are you going to take part in the conference? Here's the official app of the EclipseCon Europe 2017 in Ludwigsburg (Germany). It’s going to be your guide during the event. What’s in it for you? Open the Conference Map to help you get to the Conference and make sure you make it to every session. Browse the full Schedule of the EclipseCon. Browse and pick sessions you want...

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We have released an update to Tabris. Check the details and enjoy creating your mobile apps. Tabris Issues with console output for thrown errors have been fixed. Tabris Developer App The Tabris developer app is functioning on iOS 9 again. Android We've fixed an issue where touchEnd would not fire in some cases. Gone is the issue causing images loaded from external resources not to be scaled according...

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Tabris.js 2.1 is here

We've just updated Tabris.js to 2.1 First of all - lots of support came to us from the users of Tabris.js 2.0. It’s good to know you’re with us – THANK YOU! Check out what's new in 2.1 The positive feedback gave us more fuel and here’s a new set of features & improvements: Launching external apps. New ActionSheet dialog allows showing unlimited dialog options. Tint colors for CheckBox,...

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Today, we’re proud and happy to announce the release of Tabris.js 2.0. This release makes Tabris.js even simpler to use, yet more flexible and powerful than ever, all while adding support for a completely new mobile platform. The Highlights Tabris.js 2.0 is the result of the feedback we received and the lessons we've learned while building Tabris.js apps. Here are the features we're most excited about: We replaced...

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